Entries are by nominal year, not the actual year of publication. Thus an article in RIDA (2008), which actually appeared in 2010 is found under the heading 2008.


Forthcoming (accepted for publication)
96. Empire of Law: Nazi Germany, exile scholars and the battle for the future of Europe (Cambridge University Press 2019).
95. Narratives and Normativity: Totalitarianism and Narrative Change on the European Legal Tradition after World War II, Law and History Review 2019.
94. Konfliktlösung durch den Princeps, in Nadine Grotkamp and Anna Seelentag (eds), Handbuch Geschichte der Konfliktlösung, Band 1. Antike (Springer Verlag 2019). (German)
93. Between the good king and the cruel tyrant: the Acta Isidori and the perception of Roman emperors among provincial litigants, in Katell Berthelot (ed.), The Perception and Reception of Roman Law and Tribunals by Jews and Other Inhabitants of the Empire (Ecole Française de Rome, 2019)
92. The Beginnings of State Jurisdiction in International Law until 1648, in Stephen Allen, Daniel Costelloe, Malgosia Fitzmaurice, Paul Gragl and Edward Guntrip (eds.), The Oxford Handbook on Jurisdiction in International Law (Oxford University Press 2019).
91. Review of R. Domingo, Roman Law, The Classical Review.
90. Oikeus, identiteetti ja legitimiteetti Euroopan murroksessa (Law, identity and legitimacy in the changing Europe). Lakimies 7-8 (2018). (Finnish)
89. I Bonfante, storia di una famiglia accademica, in Isa Piro and Salvatore Randazzo (eds.), I Bonfante. Una storia scientifica italiana. ESI Editore. (Italian)

88. With H. Björklund (eds.), Roman Law and the Idea of Europe, Bloomsbury Press 2019 (appeared Dec 2018).
87. Introduction, in Tuori and Björklund 2019, pp. 1-14
86. Exiled Romanists between Traditions: Pringsheim, Schulz and Daube, in Tuori and Björklund 2019, pp. 35-51.
85. Roman Jurists and the Idea of International Criminal Responsibility: Ulpian and the ‘Cosmopolis’, in Morten Bergsmo and Emiliano Buis (eds), Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law: Correlating Thinkers, Torkel Opsahl, pp. 85-110.
84. The Savage Sea and the Civilizing Law: The Rule of the Sea and the Legacy of Roman Tradition, in Hans Kopp, Christian Wendt, Thalassokratographie, The Rule of the Sea: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, De Gryiter, pp. 201-217.
83. Law and Rationality: A Historiographical Survey of the Understanding of Motivation and Human Agency in Early Legal Anthropology, Clio@Themis 15 (2018).
82. Lex de Imperio Vespasiani, in Oxford Classical Dictionary (Oxford University Press).
81. Aquilius Gallus, in Roger Bagnall et al. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Ancient History, (Wiley-Blackwell).
80. The Legal Profession, in Julen Exnabe (ed.), The Cultural History of Law in Antiquity, Bloomsbury Press 2019 (appeared Dec 2018).

79. American Legal Realism and Anthropology, Law & Social Inquiry 42 (2017), pp. 804–829.
78. Hadrian’s cosmopolitanism and Nazi legal policy, Classical Receptions Journal 9 (2017), pp. 470–486.
77. With Laura Nissin, Juhana Heikonen and Samuli Simelius, The (in)discreet charm of the bourgeoisie: Public and private spheres in a Roman house in Herculaneum (Casa del Tramezzo di Legno), Vesuviana 9 (2017), pp. 43-76,

76. The Emperor of Law: The Emergence of Roman Imperial Adjudication, Oxford University Press 2016, 482 p. ISBN 9780198744450.
Reviews: Elizabeth Buchanan, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2017.11.50; B. Levick, The American Historical Review, 123 (2018), 281-282,; Ulrike Babusiaux, Sehepunkte 17 (2017), 06; Frederick Mostert, Classics for All, 28.2.2017; Anna Dolganov, Journal of Roman Studies (2018),
75. Oxford Handbook for Roman Law and Society, (edited with P. Du Plessis and C. Ando), Oxford University Press 2016. ISBN 9780198728689.
Reviews: Franz-Stefan Meissel, Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte, Romanistische Abteilung 2018; Bruce Frier, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2018; Sven Günther, H-Soz-Kult, 20.11.2017,
<>; Thomas McGinn, The Classical Review 68 (2018), 502-504, DOI: 10.1017/S0009840X18001117; Rupert Jackson, Classics for All, 30.11.2016.
74. Schmitt and the Sovereignty of Roman Dictators: From the Actualization of the Past to the Recycling of Symbols, History of European Ideas 42 (2016), pp. 95-106.
73. Judge Julia Domna? The Journal of Legal History 37:2 (2016), pp. 180-197.
72. Review of Färber, Roland. Römische Gerichtsorte: räumliche Dynamiken von Jurisdiktion im Imperium Romanum. Vestigia, Bd 68. München: Verlag C.H. Beck, 2014. Bryn Mawr Classical Review (2016.03.22).

71. The Theory and Practice of Indigenous Dispossession in the Late Nineteenth Century: The Saami in the Far North of Europe and the Legal History of Colonialism, Comparative Legal History 3 (2015), pp. 152-185.
70. Studying public and private in the Roman house, in K. Tuori and L. Nissin (eds.), Public and Private in the Roman House, (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 102, 2015), 3-10.
69. K. Tuori and L. Nissin (eds.), Public and Private in the Roman House, (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 102, 2015).
68. (with Jacob Giltaij), Human rights in antiquity? Revisiting anachronism and Roman law, in Miia Halme-Tuomisaari and Pamela Slotte (eds.), Revisiting the origins of human rights, Cambridge University Press (2015), pp. 39-63.
55-67. Entries (13 in total: Corpus Iuris Civilis, Egyptiläinen oikeus, Glossaattorit, Juristioikeus, Konsiliaattorit, Kreikkalainen oikeus, Roomalainen julkisoikeus,
Roomalainen oikeus, Roomalainen oikeustiede, Roomalainen prosessioikeus
Roomalainen rikosoikeus, Roomalainen yksityisoikeus, Roomalaisen oikeuden reseptio) to the Helsinki Term Bank for the Arts and Sciences (

54. Lawyers and Savages: Ancient History and Legal Realism in the Making of Legal Anthropology, Routledge 2014 (GlassHouse Monographs), 224 p. ISBN 978-0-415-73701-2
Reviews: Ubaldo Villani-Lubelli, Quaderni Lupiensi di Storia e Diritto 5 (2015), 221-222; Philip Thomas, Fundamina 22 (2016),; Gloria Lee, Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Vol. 6, No. 5, (2016),; Tomáš Ledvinka, Český lid 3 (2017), 391-392.
53. Natseista ja emigranteista oikeustieteen historiassa (On Nazis and emigrants in the history of jurisprudence), in O. Mäenpää et al (eds.), Oikeuden historiasta tulevaisuuden Eurooppaan, Helsinki 2014, pp. 341-358. (Finnish)
52. Augustus, Legislative Power and the Power of Appearances, in R. van der Bergh (ed.), Meditationes de iure et historia: essays in honour of Laurens Winkel: Volume 2, Pretoria: Southern African Society of Legal Historians (Fundamina Editio Specialis; nro 20-2 (2014)), pp. 938-945.

51. The Disputed Roots of Legal Pluralism, Law, Culture and the Humanities 9 (2013), pp. 330-352.
49-50. Entries “Curiata Lex” and “Aequitas”, in R. Bagnall et al. (eds.), Blackwell Encyclopedia of Ancient History pp. 132–133 and 4039-4040.
48. Sisällissota ja eräs poliittinen oikeudenkäynti Roomassa (Civil War and a Political Trial in Rome), Lakimies 2013, pp. 756-763. (Finnish)

47. The Reception of Ancient International Law in the Early Modern Period, in B. Fassbender, A. Peters (eds.), The Oxford Handbook for the History of International Law, OUP 2012, pp. 1012-1033.
46. Greek Tyrants and Severan Emperors: Comparing the Image, Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies London 55 (2012), pp. 111-119.
45. Alkuperäiskansat ja maakysymys (Indigenous Peoples and the Land Issue), Lakimies 110 (2012), pp. 891-911. (Finnish)
44. Review of T. Leesen, Gaius Meets Cicero, Law and History Review 30 (2012), pp. 294-296.

43. Legal Pluralism and Modernization: American Law Professors in Ethiopia and the Downfall of the Restatements of African Customary Law, Journal of Legal Pluralism 62 (2011), pp. 43-70.
42. Roman Jurists and the Importance of Dressing Up, in: Per Andersen et al. (eds.), Liber Amicorum Ditlev Tamm, Copenhagen: Djøf Publishing 2011, pp. 673-682.

41. A Place for Jurists in the Spaces of Justice? in: W. Harris ja F. De Angelis (eds.), Spaces of Justice in the Roman World, Brill, Boston 2010, pp. 43-65.
40. Bookmark. Giorgio Agamben’s Il sacramento del linguaggio, No Foundations, Journal of Extreme Legal Positivism 7 (2010), pp. 99-100.
39. Review of P. Erdkamp, The Grain Market in the Roman Empire, Arctos (2010).

38. Dig. 34.2.33: Return of the Cross-Dressing Senator, Arctos (2009), pp. 191-200.
37. Alberico Gentili and the Criticism of Expansion in the Roman Empire: The Invader’s Remorse, Journal of the History of International Law 11 (2009), pp. 205-219.

36. The Magic of Mancipatio, Revue internationale des droits de l’Antiquité 55 (2008), pp. 499-522.
35. Review of Fides Humanitas Ius. Studi in onore di Luigi Labruna, Arctos 42 (2008), pp. 285-287.
34. Tieteen turhuudesta (On the Futility of Science), Lakimies (journal of the Finnish Lawyers’ Society) 106 (2008), pp. 93–95. (Finnish)

33. Revenge and Retribution in the Twelve Tables: Talio esto Reconsidered, Fundamina 13 (2007), pp. 140-145.
32. Legal Pluralism and the Roman Empires, in: John W. Cairns, Paul Du Plessis (eds.), Beyond Dogmatics: Law and Society in the Roman World, Edinburgh Studies in Law, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh 2007, pp. 39-52. ISBN 978-0-7486-2793-6
31. Ancient Roman Lawyers and Modern Legal Ideals: Studies on the impact of contemporary concerns in the interpretation of ancient Roman legal history (Studien zur europäischen Rechtsgeschichte Band 220, Veröffentlichungen des Max-Planck-Instituts für Europäische Rechtsgeschichte), Vittorio Klostermann Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 2007, 220 p. ISBN 978-3-465-04034-7
Reviews: Carlos Sánchez-Moreno Ellart, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2009.10.07; Martin Avenarius, Historische Zeitschift 289 (2009), pp. 727-729.
30. Lakimieslatinan käsikirja (Handbook of Legal Latin), Edita, Helsinki 2007. ISBN 978-951-37-4707-7 (Finnish)
29. Johdatus roomalaiseen oikeuteen (Introduction to Roman Law), Forum iuris, Helsinki 2007. ISBN 978-952-10-2331-6 (Finnish)
28. Moderni oikeus ja kolonialismi (Modern law and colonialism), in: Oikeus (journal of the Finnish Society for Law and Social Sciences) 1/2007, pp. 115-116. (Finnish)
27. Pääkirjoitus, yhdessä Antu Soraisen kanssa (Editorial, together with Antu Sorainen), in: Oikeus 1/2007, pp. 1-3. (Finnish)
26. Kunnia ja kosto: XII Taulun lait (Honour and Revenge: The Laws of the XII Tables), in A. Hirvonen and P. Sivenius, Laki ja rakkaus. Loki, Helsinki 2007, pp. 41-49. (Finnish)

25. Hadrian’s Perpetual Edict: Ancient Sources and Modern Ideals in the Making of a Historical Tradition, The Journal of Legal History 27 (2006), pp. 219 – 237.
24. Ancient Roman Lawyers and Modern Legal Ideals: Studies on the impact of contemporary concerns in the interpretation of ancient Roman legal history, Helsinki 2006. ISBN 952-91-9860-4. Doctoral thesis, legal history. University of Helsinki, Faculty of Law. Grade: eximia cum laude approbatur. 302 p.
Review by Dr Jani Kirov in Rechtsgeschichte 9 (2006), pp. 174-177.
23. Review of Hans-Peter Haferkamp: Georg Friedrich Puchta und die “Begriffsjurisprudenz”, Lakimies 5/2006, pp. 902-904. (Finnish)
22. Get a haircut and get a real job! To remember and to forget: European Forum of Young Legal Historians 2006, Rechtsgeschichte 9 (2006), pp. 228-231.
21. Toogaan pukeutuneet saksalaiset: antiikin roomalaiset juristit 1800-luvun historiankirjoituksessa, Tieteessä tapahtuu 7/2006, pp. 24-28. (Finnish)
20. Satu kadonneesta kirjastosta, in Liisa Suvikumpu, Marika Räsänen, Ria Berg (eds.), Orma Aeterna: Album amicorum Simo Örmä 20/06/06, Helsinki-Roma 2006, pp. 82-83. (Finnish)
19. Reassessing anthropology of law and legal history, in: Dag Michalsen (ed.), Reading past legal texts, Unipax, Oslo 2006, pp. 74-87.

18. Keisari Augustus ja oikeustieteen vapauden historialliset juuret (Augustus Caesar and the historical roots of the freedom of jurisprudence), Lakimies 6/2005, pp. 884-897. (Finnish)

17. The ius respondendi and the Freedom of Roman Jurisprudence, Revue internationale des droits de l’Antiquité 51 (2004), pp. 295-337.
16. The myth of Q. Mucius Scaevola: Founding Father of Legal Science, Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis/Legal History Review 3-4/2004, pp. 243-262.
15. Weber and the Ideal of Roman Law, in: A. Lewis, M. Lobban (eds.), Law and History: Current Legal Issues 6, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2004, pp. 201-214.
14. Dialektis-hydraulisen tulkintapuristimen paluu: Jhering, Kelsen ja oikeustieteen systemaattisuus (The return of the dialectic-hydraulic interpretation press: Jhering, Kelsen, and systematisation of law), in: Oikeus 4/2004, pp. 447-450. (Finnish)

13. Oikeustieteen synty ja roomalaiset juristit (Roman jurists and the Birth of Legal Science), in: Oikeus 2/2003, pp. 151-162. (Finnish)
12. Review of Jean-Jacques Aubert, Boudewijn Sirks, Speculum iuris: Roman law as a reflection of social and economic life in Antiquity, Ann Arbor 2002, Lakimies 7-8/2003, pp. 1318-1320. (Finnish)

11. The Magic Mirror – Roman Law and the idea of Scientific Historiography, in: Feldner et al (eds.), Ad fontes, Europäisches Forum junger Rechtshistoriker/innen Wien 17.-19. Mai 2001, Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt a. M. 2002, pp. 373-385.
10. Latinan kielioppia ja valkoista marmoria. Ihannekuva Roomasta 1800-luvun roomalaisessa oikeushistoriassa (White Marble and Latin Grammar: the Ideal of Rome in the 19th Century Roman Legal History). Lakimies 2/2002, pp. 181-193. (Finnish, deutsches Resümee)
9. Antiikin historian kirjoittamisen vaikeudesta (New trends in ancient history), together with Joonas Sipilä. Historiallinen Aikakauslehti (journal of the Finnish Historical Society) 3/2002, pp. 281-293. (Finnish)
8. Romanistin ylösnousemus (Resurrection of a Romanist). Review of Tomasz Giaro: Aktualisierung Europas. Gespräche mit Paul Koschaker, Oikeus 3/2002, pp. 335-339. (Finnish)
7. Tarinoita, taidetta ja tapettuja naisia (History, Art and Dying Females). Review of Marie Theres Fögen: Römische Rechtsgeschichten. Über Ursprung und Evolution eines sozialen Systems, Oikeus 4/2002, pp. 448-453. (Finnish)

6. The Roman Republican Legal Tradition. Aspects of Law in the Pre-Classical Roman Culture. Licentiate thesis, legal history. University of Helsinki, Faculty of Law 2001. Grade: eximia cum laude approbatur. 137 p.
5. Uustulkintoja Rooman tasavallan lainsäädännöstä (Reinterpreting Roman Republican Legislation). Review of Kaj Sandberg: Magistrates and Assemblies. A Study of Legislative Practice in Republican Rome, Oikeus 4/2001, pp. 526-531. (Finnish)

4. Oikeusantropologiaa nojatuolista (Legal Anthropology from the Armchair). Review of Marcel Mauss: Lahja (The Gift), Oikeus 4/2000, pp. 527-531. (Finnish)

3. The Birth of Law in the Roman Republican Legal Tradition. Master’s thesis, legal history. University of Helsinki, Faculty of Law 1999. Grade: laudatur.
2. Murha maalaispappilassa eli rikos ja rangaistus suomalaisessa sisällissodassa (Murder in the rural vicarage: crime and punishment in the Finnish Civil War), Oikeus 4/1999, pp. 410-420. (Finnish)

1. Hävinneiden osa. Vuoden 1918 sisällissodan jälkeiset rangaistusmenettelyt Lopen kunnassa. (The losers lot: methods of punishment after the 1918 civil war in the rural district of Loppi). Master’s thesis, history. University of Helsinki, Faculty of Humanities 1998. Grade: eximia